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'Sin Nombre' Helmer Cary Fukunaga To Tackle 2 Film Adaptation Of Stephen King's 'It'

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Well, Ron Howard tried and failed (and is still trying) to get a monumental three film, two TV series adaptation of "The Dark Tower" off the ground, but Warner Bros. is hoping they can get their own epic Stephen King story onto the big screen. And unlike the plethora of King related projects on both the small and big screen, the talent attached to this has us at full attention.

"Sin Nombre" and "Jane Eyre" writer/director Cary Fukunaga is set adapt King's classic "It" into a two movie series. Way back in 2009, Warner Bros. tasked Dave Kajganich ("The Invasion") to pen the script and he's been something a regular on King material, writing a draft of the "Pet Sematary" remake that's in development, as well as "The Stand" for Ben Affleck. But Fukunaga will take over, writing a new script with Chase Palmer; the pair also collaborated on the brewing Civil War heist flick "No Blood, No Guts, No Glory" that Fukunaga is attached to helm for Focus.

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alycakes1644d ago

I'm like a lot of people...I don't like clowns and I especially never liked this one. I watched this when it came out even though I knew I didn't want to....bad idea.